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    Analysis - Mobile apps set to dominate

    A couple of recent reports have shed a bit more light on the nature of the mobile Internet market.
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    Re: Analysis - Mobile apps set to dominate

    Interesting that India and China are such polar opposite of each other. I wonder how Japan would fare on the graphs: while not every mobile has a web browser, email has more or less replaced SMS (which does work, as evidenced by the fact that I can contact friends that way - but never used between themselves).

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    Re: Analysis - Mobile apps set to dominate

    too bad the job markets dead for mobile developers atm

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    Re: Analysis - Mobile apps set to dominate

    Really? Not what I've heard from some acquaintances who are in that line of work.

    They are even paying decent dosh for silverlight (WP7) devs....
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    Re: Analysis - Mobile apps set to dominate

    Yea. there is not much mobile dev work out there atm. there mostly short term contract work. there is far more core java and .net stuff

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